This two-part program of short videos, screening on a loop in the Multipurpose Hall during museum hours, is full of wonderful surprises from William Kentridge’s vast filmography. Together, these two programs present rare opportunities for discovery of one of the world’s great contemporary artists.
This rotation in the Collection Gallery ranges from the Crimean War (1853–56) to the War in Afghanistan (2001–21), challenging us to think critically about how photography documents and disseminates information about war, and how photographers’ approaches to recording war has shifted over time.
Photographer Marcia Resnick earned recognition as part of the legendary Downtown New York art scene of the 1970s and 1980s with portraits of major cultural figures such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Joh
In Southern Rites, Gillian Laub engages her skills as a photographer, filmmaker, and visual activist to examine the realities of racism and raise questions that are simultaneously painful and essential to understanding the American consciousness.